Nakameguro has another café serving fruity desserts – yay? Well, we may not have been too excited at first, but a visit to Kajitsu Club on a hot summer day made us stand up and take notice. Their kakigori, available in seasonal flavours like peach and Yubari melon as well as standard varieties such as mango, strawberry and kiwi, is straight up excellent. The sparkly ice comes in two varieties, with the konayuki ('powder snow') sourced from the slopes of Mount Fuji and the shiroyuki ('white snow') made with Kyushu-produced milk – both actually demonstrate a snow-like, soft texture. Kajitsu Club also serves freshly pressed juice and a variety of light meals. This one looks like a place worth visiting year-round, although the shaved ice is naturally best enjoyed in summer.
|Venue name:||[CLOSED] Kajitsu Club||Contact:|
1-23-3 Aobadai, Meguro-ku
|Transport:||Nakameguro Station (Hibiya, Tokyu Toyoko lines)|